• Play Me Like You Mean It by Thalia Hunter

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    Looking for a perfect vacation a young woman’s Tropical Island encounter with an older man, friend of her mom’s, does not go exactly as she planned. Desperate, she turns up the juice, until both sides of this May-December romance are embroiled in a difficult situation that could cost her identity.

    Thalia has a girlfriend, she’s not really into men, so is this a game with her? Will she be forced to take her first male lover since middle school?

    What is young Thalia’s purpose? She wants to be an artist, so why is she pursuing this man, the prosperous and artistic Jason Crag? Why has Thalia put herself in such a position of guilt, and why does it keep her from walking out?

    Is she forced to submit, or does some hidden part of her want such degradation? Her plans turn into desperate moves to stay on top of the situation, but her youth trips her up until she must play her last remaining card, and tempt him with her alluring body.

    An Epic Spiral of Bondage and Submission

    As she surrenders her will, the dress Crag makes her wear to New Years Eve in Honolulu leaves nothing to the imagination. And his curt order that she wander through the

    acked nightclub allowing anyone to fondle her is like a scythe that cuts deep into her self-respect.

    Why does she submit? Why should such treatment leave her dripping wet, inflamed beyond reason? Is this her dive into depravity? Will her bound body win him over? Or does he see through to her true purpose and identity?

    Will this wealthy and educated man help her, or will nothing change at all, except for the dark fate of one luckless girl?

  • Fatal Embrace by Aris Whittier

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    Cosmopolitan Magazine “Red-Hot” Read

    High-spirited horse trainer Jessica Stanson stumbles into the perfect job on one of the most elite ranches in Montana. Or at least it would be if her boss, ex-detective Michael Carven, stopped acting like he didn't want her there. Jessica has to prove herself to him on the ranch, and also try to penetrate his armor to get to the man inside. Michael Carven is a man who has left a difficult past behind him, and now works at his dream job raising horses under the Montana sky. But he knows that the past has a way of coming back to him, and soon enough, it does. A wave of violence hits the nearby small town of Riverside, nestled deep in the mountains, as a cunning serial killer preys on the population. Against his will, Michael finds himself both drawn into the case and coming to care for his independent new trainer. And if having a killer on the loose wasn't enough, his two worlds collide when Jessica becomes the only material witness in the case. Before it is over, Michael and Jessica will put everything they know and hold dear on the line to catch a vicious, cunning killer – and to protect each other as well.

  • Noble Cause by Jessica James

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    Honor and conviction clash with loyalty and love in this epic Civil War novel that pits brother against brother. Winner of the coveted John Esten Cooke Award for Southern Fiction, Noble Cause chronicles the clash of a Confederate cavalry officer with a Union spy as they defend their beliefs, their country, and their honor.

    Called “a riveting piece of historical fiction” by the Midwest Book Review and often compared to Gone with the Wind, Noble Cause takes readers across the rolling hills of Virginia in a page-turning tale of courage and love.

    Gallantry and chivalry are put to the test when Colonel Alexander Hunter discovers the woman he promised his dying brother he would protect is the Union spy he has vowed to his men he would destroy.

    With its unique blend of romantic and historical fiction, Noble Cause tells a deeply personal and poignant tale that, according to one reviewer “transcends the pages to settle in the very marrow of the reader’s bones.”

    Praised by both men and women, and suitable for teens, this novel captivates and enthralls by telling a classic tale of courage, sacrifice and enduring love.

    Originally published as Shades of Gray, Noble Cause is the winner of multiple national literary awards.

  • Hung in the Middle: A Journey of Gender Discovery by Alana Nicole Sholar @Alana_Sholar

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    At the young age of 8-years old, Alana Nicole Sholar (born as Alan in Kentucky in 1961) realized something was ‘wrong.’ However, the word ‘transgender’ is NOT a household word in Kentucky.

    Alan lived and worked on some of Kentucky’s now-famous thoroughbred farms (where he even trained to become a jockey), while hiding, and running from, the secret within — struggling with his difference well into his mid-30’s before he became aware there were others like him.

    Determined to hide the struggle within, Alan is a fast driving, hard drinking, pill popping guitar player with a sex addiction that leads to multiple partner encounters and the consequences.

    On the way to becoming Alana, with the first step being a legal name change in 2005, she imagines what it must be like to be with a man. When the opportunity presents itself she struggles with making a decision to do something that, once done, could never be undone.

    Much more than just a story of gender discovery, which is powerful in and of itself, “Hung in the Middle” is a story of triumph over life’s challenges. Although the challenges may differ, Alana’s story is an encouraging resource for anyone traveling their own personal journey of self-discovery . . . and we ALL seek to discover ‘self.’

    Chapter 1, Alana’s ‘Interview with the Author’ video, and more at

  • Shadow of Time by Jen Minkman @JenMinkman

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    ‘Shadow of Time’ is a paranormal romance set in Navajo Nation. The main characters are American (Hannah, the girl) and Navajo (Josh, the guy). Hannah and her brother Ben are spending their summer vacation in Arizona. Josh is Ben’s best friend from the reservation, and Hannah hasn’t seen him in years. When she meets him again, she falls head over heels for him, but Josh is strangely distant and seems to be hiding something from her. When she starts having strange nightmares about historical events in Navajo Nation in which Josh is always present, she is determined to find out what is happening to her… and what Josh’s secret exactly is.

  • Coffee and Cockpits by Jade Hart

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    “If I had to die, I wanted it to be doing something I loved, with a man who wanted to fly me to the moon.”

    By day, Nina Poppins is a professional flight attendant, who lives to travel, and isn’t afraid to chase her dreams. By night, she’s an award winning Salsa dancer who wears sexy corsets and garter belts. She wants to keep her two lives separate, but Liam Mikin knows her secrets.

    Liam Mikin is a co-pilot used to getting any air-hostess he wants with one blazing look of his blue eyes. And he wants Nina. But Nina is adamant she won’t end up as another notch on a pilot’s wingtip.

    However, fate intervenes when their airplane malfunctions on a routine flight to Samoa, stranding all the crew on the Pacific island. Liam has his opportunity to prove to Nina he’s not what she thinks, but he wasn’t counting on competition in the form of an engineer. Nikolai Rivers dances as well as Nina and is linked to Liam’s past. As Nikolai fights for Nina’s affections, Liam is forced to face what happened all those years ago.

    Being island-wrecked in a five star hotel is anything but relaxing. Fraught with male egos, dancing, and secrets, both Nina and Liam aren’t ready for what fate has in store.

  • Naked Montreal by Laura Roberts @originaloflaura

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    Meet Francesca “Frankie” Parker, Montreal’s only guide to the real Underground City. It’s not just a mall – it’s the people and places that the guidebooks don’t want you to see. Sex shops, strip clubs, burlesque festivals, and much more await in the Sin City of the North. Curious? Let Frankie be your guide in part one of this new series.

  • The Prince’s Guard by Annette Gisby

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    M/M Erotic Romance in a fantasy setting.

    Single Short Story

    Prince Dashan has been used to getting things his own way, with servants to cater to his every whim. As the crown prince, it is essential that he is protected and he is followed everywhere by his bodyguard, Ryland. Dashan can’t even head to a tavern with his friends without Ryland somehow turning up and spoiling his fun.

    Dashan disguises himself as a peasant one night and sneaks off to the brothel that he’s heard rumours about – a brothel that caters for men who like men. The prince finds it difficult to admit to himself what his true desires are – he yearns to submit his will to someone else. And Ryland is just the man to show him what that truly means.

  • The Locked Heart: A BDSM Romance by Christina Thacher

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    Darby just wants a drink when the airline cancels her flight, but she gets more: she gets noticed by Damien, a handsome man who wants to spend the night with her. Darby loves being dominated, so she travels to The Aerie, the private BDSM sex club Damien frequents, to see if she really is a submissive.

    At The Aerie, Damien’s normal detachment fails him with Darby. He’s obsessed with her enthusiasm and grace but he’s locked his heart against her love.

    Warning: This book contains scorching hot scenes of BDSM sex between a blackhearted Dom and a natural sub, but don’t be fooled: it’s really a romance.

  • Dream Lover by Té Russ

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    Liz and John have been best friends for years. They’ve never thought about taking things past their platonic relationship. John was previous left at the altar, and Liz has relationship issues of her own stemming all the way back from childhood.

    But at some point things begin to change for John. Once he embraces the feelings he is developing for Liz, he makes it his mission to make her see whether she realizes it or not she feels the same way.